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. c-span: i counted 27 different fbi files the you've gotten into in the back that you list. what value have they been to this book and how would they be different, how would the book be different? >> guest: i think they are good primary material part and the invasive wiretaps ra biographical material, and there are many files there but these are the ones in which the basic primary material and fbi material gathered at the ground level tends to be i think very reliable on the people that have been wiretapped like clarence jones who show in these conversations. when it get massaged through the headquarters and put to political use the materials to get distorted but there is nothing better than a verbatim wiretap transfer of somebody's telephone life. that's very revealing and often were showing quite the opposite character of the wiretaps are premised on in the and in fact what you will get is somebody talking about going to jail in the freedom movement and quite the noble character. c-span: how hard is it to get them? >> guest: not hard to get they are in the fbi reading room not
.e.a., fbi, and locals all came in in single file line with their automatic weapons pointed at me, freeze, get on the ground, get on the ground. >> he had been caught in a drug sting, spearheaded by that hard-nosed federal prosecutor, larry beaumont. >> we scooped him up in an operation that i ran, we called it operation snowplow. >> and in court, beaumont showed keen no mercy. >> he was coming at you on all fours. wasn't he? >> oh, god. he was a bulldog. >> jimmy was convicted and slapped with a ten-year sentence. >> it was a pretty stiff sentence. i knew he didn't expect to get ten years in that case. >> your father was in the courtroom. >> right. i knew i had let him down, and probably one of the biggest ways you could let somebody down. >> keene's future was bleak. he faced ten years away from his glamorous life, the fast women, fancy cars, the big bucks. but in 1998 just when all hope seemed lost, his old nemesis, beaumont, came to him with an offer of freedom, attached to the accordion file he slid across the table. in return, keene would have to agree to risk everything and become
shooter and also told the fbi and atf responding to the scene to assist with the investigation. janet shamlian joins us on the phone from houston. what is the latest? >> hello, s.e. sounds like an altercation that turned in to gun fire between two individuals. the scene we have is three people are shot. we may have a fourth person who was the victim of a heart attack. we have one person in custody. there is a lot of talk about another shooter. there's a search actively at this point for another shooter that's unconfirmed at this point. but this campus of some 18,000 students is sprawling. it is surrounded by a wooded area that leads in to a neighborhood. and right now, harris county constables aided by a number of law enforcement agencies are fanned out throughout that wooded area. looking for potentially another gunman. students have been told to shelter in place. many have already fled the campus but we're to believe many others are just locked down in the rooms they were in when the gun fire started. >> janet, it is our best understanding at this point that the victims in this shoo
." a poke in the eye to the justice department. what does the fbi have to say? >> good afternoon. this is a poke in the eye of the justice department and a slap in the face to the u.s. government. the hacker group anonymous chose this u.s. federal sentencing website. they said it was a symbolic move by them. they believe that the u.s. department of justice is in clear violation of the eighth amendment, cruel and unusual punishment they're calling it. our washington bureau reached out to the fbi earlier today, miguel, and we obtained this statement from the fbi's assistant director of criminal cyber response and services branch. he had this. "we are aware as soon as it happened and we are handling it as a criminal investigation. we are always concerned when someone illegally accesses another person or government agency's network." the fbi saying they're well aware of this incident which happened a little after midnight. we've been following it all morning. >> what does anonymous hope to gain from this? it sounds like they'll only bring war down upon themselves and the government.
is back up and running. and the fbi's handling the case as a criminal investigation. the site was shut down for a few hours yesterday after the group of anonymous took over the page. the hackers made it known it was payback for the suicide of aaron schwartz. she was facing federal computer fraud charges. >>> an iowa democrat who has served nearly 30 years in the senate said he will retire next year. senator tom harkin is 73. he told the "des moines register" he felt it's somebody else's turn. he was praised for his work with health care reform and education. >>> to new york now and a major gift from mayor michael bloomberg. he is giving $350 million to his a alma mater john hopkins. bloomberg has given more than $1 billion to the school since he graduated in the mid-1960s. >>> a big sales job for democrats aiming for new gun laws, but is the strategy targeting gun owners? will it backfire? we'll take a look. don't just reject convention. drown it out. introducing the all-new 2013 lexus ls f sport. an entirely new pursuit. progress-oh! -oh! -oh! oh! oh! ♪ what do you know? oh! ♪ bac
's the fbi saying in. >> this is a big slap in the face for the u.s. government. anonymous said they targeted the federal website because it's a section of the department of justice. they feel the department of justice has trumped up charges against high profile activists. we reached out to the fbi earlier today. our washington, d.c. bureau carol krade was able to speak to the executive assistant director of criminal cyberresponse and services branch. this is what they had to tell us. we were aware as soon as it happened. and are handling it as a criminal investigation. we are always concerned when someone illegally accesses another person or government agency's networking. >> but this is concerning because this is not just where they overwhelmed the server with a bunch of requests basically. they went after them. they actually took control of the server. the government takes great precautions and measures to keep this from happening. can you walk us through what they did? >> i don't know and i think that's the question right now they took control of the server. they claim they had full contr
miller former assistant fbi director. good morning. >> good morning. this is the seventh report it's up, what does it tell us? >> well it tells us that computers and electronic communications are more and more involved in the commissions of crime, but it also tells us that law enforcement is getting more adept at figuring out how to use these things to do everything from mapping a suspect's social network to try to determine if they can find the criminal network in there as well as determining if something's happening. >> should we be worried about this because they're using this as kind of warrantless searches. >> okay, so there's a lot of press out there about this and the headlines all say government warrantless snooping of your e-mail is up. these are very charged terms so let's do a quick civics lesson on how this is supposed to work in real life. when they talk about subpoenas, when you look at the numbers, you see the big numbers are in subpoenas, and then the smaller numbers are in court orders and other things so when you're talking about subpoenas, that
this weekend to protest the prosecution of internet activist aaron swartz. the f-b-i is investigating. aaron swartz committed suicide earlier this month.. as he was waitingto stand trial on charges of illegally downloading millions of academic journal articles. in a video, "anonymous" said swartz took his own life because he was faced with "an impossible choice." a large-scale rescue operation in arizona has paid off for dozens of hikers. raging floodwaters in a national forest trapped close to fifty hikers. rescue crews had to use cell phone signals to help find the people -- who were scattered throughout bear canyon. after a massive search effort, everyone was accounted for. the floodwaters resulted from runoff of heavy rainfall near tucson earlier in the day. even though the f-a-a grounded all 50 boeing 7-87 dreamliners currently in use ... the company is moving full speed ahead with production of the jets. a boeing spokesperson says the company is not only keeping its current schedule but it plans to double production by the end of the year. a stopdown in production would be costly for b
led to the f-b-i investigation that blew the lid off c-i-a director david petraeus's affair with paula broadwell. kelley had claimed she was being threatened by broadwell. petraeus later resigned from his post at the helm of the c-i-a. >> new developments in the notre dame football player hoax.and this is the face of the hoax. and we'll try to break it down as simply as possible. this is the woman whose picture was used to help fool star player manti t'eo into thinking he had a girlfriend. diane o'mera said today that ronah tuiasosopo used pictures of her without her knowledge - when tuiasosopo created the fake girlfriend - using the name lannay kekua. o'mera says tuiasosopo called her last week, confessed to the scheme, and apologized. o'mera and tuiasosopo went to high school together but o'mera says they were never close. >> she says that for five years, tuiasosopo "has literally been stalking my facebook and stealing my photos." manti t'eo maintains he was tricked into an online romance with the fictional lennay kakua, and until late last month, t'eo says he believed his girldriend
. they were found as the fbi found harassing e-mails sent to kelly by kelly broadwell. petraeus resigned as kcia director over the affair with broadwell. one of al qaeda's top leaders has been killed. he died after suffering injuries from a u.s. air strike last month. this is the third time he has been reported dead since the year 2010. he is expected to be responsible for a deadly bombing in yemen back in 2009. yemeni government old testament officials haven't confirmed his death. >> the republican controlled house expected to vote on a bill to temporarily raise the nation's borrowing limit through may 18th. the current limit $16.4 trillion. without raising it the u.s. falls on its obligation the first time ever. it is expected to pass. the new budget no pay provision. it would withhold pay if they fail to pass a budget t. has been four years since the democratically controlled senate passed one. >> dramatic video capturing a helicopter as it crash lands in into the middle of a neighborhood. >> hey, chris, call 911. >> i'll say call 911. this happened in mesa, arizona. the pilot was sha
. in the past they've followed through on similar threats in disabling websites like the fbi and government websites like the department of justice. not the first time they've taken down the doj. they're comprised mostly of anarchist-type computer hackers. they are a leaderless organization. again, they've got a lot of global support. they're demanding fundamental changes to the department of justice. they believe a past high-profile hackers have been victims, they say, to draconian, overzel us charges by the government. they said this morning it was a very symbolic move to take down this website. >> what do they say in this long letter on the page about why they're doing this and why they're doing it now? >> we have an idea. a couple of weeks ago, co-founder, internet activist, aaron schwartz in new york, took his own life. members of anonymous say the u.s. government -- he was facing $1 million am fines and years in jail. they're saying that's culpability, the reason he took his life. in this statement, they mention aaron schwartz. i want to read a section of that statement. they say with
? >> we've tot use a stepladder approach. if you ever talked to an fbi or dea agent and their case lode, the idea that they have time to go snooping through people's e-mail is absurd, wu when you talk about what it takes to get that, a subpoena is for transactional data. if you want content organization view to go to a judge to get an order. >> you were suggesting that no law enforcement official with access is always going to exercise perfect discretion and integrity. >> i would say that's definitely not true. >> we are all human. >> but i mean i think -- i think what you have here is they make more mistakes than they have things through malice. when the fbi got the national security's letter's power from the patriot act, the inspector general did an awe did and found out there were widespread abuses of the nsl and what you saw were a very small percentage of days where you saw the complexity of the process to fill these thing out and get them, that they made a lot of mistakes. you also found they weren't getting information even through the nfls they messed that they weren't otherwise
the right. >> yjackie robinson, muhammad ali, martin luther king was bugged by the f.b.i. and all kinds of rumors were spread about him and the demonizing of barack obama falls into that power. and one of the things that he did today was place history, in the history of civil rights and the history of progressive movements into the mainstream of america, you know, traszi ingtr back to the declaration of independence. >> it's interesting to go back to what the dating is here. here's myrlie evers, the widow of medgar evers. ole miss, alabama and the wondrous thing, of course, the wife of the attorney general -- by the way, we just lost james woods -- james hood the other day. he died. and he was one of the two people who were integrated, basically, at gun point with george wallace standing in the door back then. in alabama. >> yeah, i mean, those were incredible times. and you and i have some recollection of those times. >> but not the president. >> no, he doesn't. he doesn. he was, at best, a baby when these things were happening. it's -- but he -- but he knows the history. even if he h
you have fda and fbi. >> how would it work? if somebody buys an assault weapon? you take take assault rifle or certain type of weapon across state lines ever. if we find you doing that or you traffic in it, you get a mandatory federal sentence. >> how do you trust them? >> when you bust them. when there is a criminal that uses a gun. you trace it back to where it came from. and then they go in and you slap out all gun crimes should be federalized. you know that take it out off the state realm. >> i'm all for cracking down on gun enforcement. >> bill: let me go to your question. how are you going to enforce it? you are not going to be able to force any ban on ar. there is 300 million guns in this country. >> that's why i think it's different than the civil rights issue. >> i worked for president clinton when he passed the assault rifles ban. i wish it would have been more effective. it's true there were so many exceptions to it universal buy backs. >> if this country were serious about cutting down on gun crime. the type of stuff going on in chicago every day. 16 more deaths in weekend
fbi director bob mueller was in libya last week. didn't say much other than we're working with the tunisian government. one suspect was released. >> they say he's under observation. >> they weren't ready to bring charges yet. you know, anderson, here's the problem. the bad guys understand this. they are watching. there hasn't been anybody brought to justice. they understand very well the environment they are operating in. security services have melted away after the arab spring. borders are easy to cross. weapons are easily assessable. the bad guys have an advantage. the longer it takes to bring an investigation to a conclusion and hold people accountable suggests to the bad guys that they have a free operating environment and americans are at risk throughout that region. >> interesting. fran, appreciate it. >>> diane o'meara learned from a reporter she was the face of manti te'o's fake girlfriend. her stolen image is at the center of an entire hoax that changed the way some people see the star linebacker. she joins me live ahead. >>> a controversial new book explores the
. and some of the people doing it are connected to an anti-government group the fbi classifies as domestic terrorists. boca raton, one of the poshest zip codes in florida is abuzz, for what is happening in this waterside mansion. the bank foreclosed a couple of years ago. now, a 23-year-old named andre barbosa has simply moved in. >> nobody's happy. we all spent a lot of money to live on this street. >> reporter: barbosa is using a legal contract called adverse possession. if you live in a home for a certain amount of time, it's yours. adverse possession is happening across america. susan took over homes across america. >> i filed for adverse possession. i'm not just a transient squatter here. >> reporter: this $3.3 million house near raleigh, complete with an elevator, got caught up in the mess when shawn pendergrass claimed he opwned te house. >> reporter: there's always been squatters but the housing kris crisis has put the phenomenon on steroids. they're sometimes tied to an anti-government movement, known as sovereign citizens, who believe u.s. laws don't apply to them. >> a police of
to think that the cia and fbi apparently owns match.com and will conduct background checks on not only these people and what they have done in the past, but what their intentions are in the future, is completely illogical. melissa: that is, but i mean, what is the burden of proof on her end? it does seem like, okay, you're paying for a service, i mean, there's something, trying to match you up with other people who you would think would be sane or have something in comn with you. you're not a murder. maybe if you are, you expect to be set up with another criminal, but they are trying to match you with someone like you. i don't know. >> okay. two things. one, it's new different than opening up the flood gates and letting people sue bars. it's just a place that they are offering for people to meet people. number one, and number two, she received threatening letters, and, by the way, i feel for her. i have to get that out of the way, outraged by the lawsuit, she is a victim, but for her to turn around and clog up the legal system with this lawsuit, i'm offended by that. she got threatenin
with the prime minister, among others. fbi agents have had a difficult time working on site in benghazi to analyze the crime scene because of security concerns. the fbi is tapping into facebook like this. people can fill out a form on the fbi's website. meanwhile, libyan officials say they are frustrated because they don't control the area where the attack happened. militants do. and those militants are sympathetic with al qaeda. local leaders are not cooperating. withins are also said to be afraid to talk and key police officers terrified of revenge attacks. >> so zain, has u.s. diplomacy overall changed since the benghazi attack? >> you know, it really has, carol. i was speaking to experts who say the security arm at the state department, known as diplomatic security, has always tried to balance diplomacy on one hand and security on the other. to the extent to which, how can you let officials go out and meet people? since benghazi, there's a lot less people-to-people contact and much more emphasis on security. the other thing, too, analysts say before 9/11, the diplomacy was focused o
top concerns, jon. jon: so the fwi investigation is -- fbi investigation is still going on, right? does that hold potential jeopardy for secretary clinton? >> reporter: probably not, jon, because the fbi investigation is, as you say, focused on culpability for the actual attacks, not on the obama administration's shifting account in the eight days that followed 9/11. the hallmark of that shift, of course, was u.n. ambassador susan rice's appearance on five sunday shows september 16th when she asserted on the basis of of talking points prepared by the ic that benghazi was not a preplanned attack, a position later disavowed by the obama administration as self-evidently untrue. >> so, and we did not -- i think accurate, sir, i certainly did not know of any reports that contradicted the ic talking points at the time that ambassador rice went on the tv shows. >> reporter: yet such reports were circulating in clinton's own department and at the national security council where she sits well before rice's sunday show tour. fox news has published internal state department e-mails that note
this a national tragedy. >>> crime until california rose sharply last year. according to fbi statistics violent crime and property crime rose in 40 of california's largest cities. it's the largest crime instate they have seen in 20 years. crime rates vary grately. analysts say crime will likely increase again as prisons begin releasing inmates early. >>> construction on high speed rail is scheduled to begin in july but the state has not bought the land needed. the l.a. times reports officials have not acquired a single acre along the valley route. officials say they hope to begin making offers on land in the next several weeks. the cost of acquiring land could delay the project even further. prices have been rising that could raise property owners expectations far above what the state expects to pay. >>> a banner is being blamed for cutting power to thousands of people in downtown san francisco. the banner promoting hair cuts fell from a small plane around noon yesterday near fifth and brandon streets. it landed on power lines forcing crews to shut down the busy intersection. and it also knocke
.c. police force, secret service, fbi, and other agencies. bob orr takes a closer look at the security behind this ceremony. >> reporter: at union station, tsa viper security teams are checking trains and passengers. in a show of force designed to be a deterrent. >> if someone walks in and sees a group of officers and turns around immediately and leaves the station, that's a good indication that perhaps they have something to hide. >> reporter: not all security is so obvious. these two men with backpacks are undercover behavioral detection officers working in tandem with uniformed patrols at rail stations and airports. along d.c.'s waterfront coast guard fast boats are increasing surveillance runs. this is a floating command center. for 48 hours surrounding the inaugural time frame these waters around washington will be closed as more than 20 coast guard and police boats conduct patrols of 20 miles of shore watch. and at the edges of the restricted zone, the coast guard is watching for any suspect boaters. >> if they're in key specific areas or near critical
it on college campuses. it's focusing on the wrong issue. this fbi said that the assault weapon ban of 1994 did nothing to lower crime and does anybody that's watching this broadcast now think that a signed poster that said do not carry your weapon in this area would prevent what happened in sandy hook. and what about the hipaa laws when a professional finds out, what happens. >> and one of the weapons used at sandy hook, bush master, mr-14. before the patent on the m-16 was expired. it was-- >> domestic. but it can fire 45 shots in a minute by squeezing the trigger, this is the problem. it's too easy to kill. >> sean: and i know a lot about guns. let me he throw it to dennis kucinich instead. i'm glad you have a fundamental understanding of the second amendment more so than anybody else on your side so far that i've heard. i'm willing to have an honest discussion, a marksman since i was 11, 12 years old. i understand more than anything about gun safety. my guns are locked up, you can't get to them. we should have ownership in these countries. and we want to stop sandy hooks. don't we have to d
resigned as head of the cia back in november after the fbi uncovered evidence he had an affair with his biographer. allen had been linked to the scandal for exchanging potentially inappropriate e- mails with a woman who sparked the petraeus investigation. but the defense department says the allegations that those e- mails were inappropriate are unsubstantiated. allen's nomination to become top commander of nato is still on hold at this time. >>> investigators say a fire sparked on a boeing 787 dreamliner was not caused by an overcharged battery as first thought. japan's transport agency says the lithium ion battery that overheated on the 787 experienced a sudden drop in voltage. all 50 of the dreamliners have been grounded after the jet made an emergency landing in japan a week ago. boeing is trying to address those electrical problems. >>> the house is set to vote today to extend the nation's debt limit for another three months. house republicans are giving up demands for deep spending cuts in exchange for approving an increase to how much the govern
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. >> pelley: did you take that seriously? >> tygart: absolutely. turned it over to the f.b.i. to investigate it, which they are doing. >> pelley: tygart's agency was also threatened. the c.e.o. of the livestrong foundation, armstrong's cancer charity, lobbied against usada before congress. members of congress and 23 california state representatives called for an investigation of the agency's practices and its taxpayer funding. and yet, you chose to go ahead? you were gambling the fate of usada itself on this one case. >> tygart: if we're unwilling to take this case and help this sport move forward, that we're here for naught. we should shut down. and if they want to shut us down for doing our job on behalf of clean athletes, and the integrity of competition, then shut us down. >> pelley: last year, when tygart made his evidence public, armstrong had the option of a hearing and confronting the witnesses, but he chose not to fight, and he was handed that lifetime ban. in last week's interview, armstrong said the ban was unfair considering that riders who testified against him were banned for o
is this administration has been hiding behind an fbi investigation and then a 60-day accountability review board report just happened to land after the election. so they were playing election politics, no doubt about it. listen -- >> senator, you're playing politics too because one of the things you said, you said to buzz feed, i think she just decided before she was going to describe emotionally the four dead americans, that's when she was really choking up, the heroes and used that as her trump card to get out of the questions. it was a good way of getting out of really having to respond to me and then the other question i point out where you said -- when she said she didn't want to interfere in the process, you said, well, that's a good excuse. so it sounds to me like you're saying, a lot of that was just faked. >> well, i was responding to a question maybe i shouldn't. i agree with secretary clinton we need to understand what happened so we can prevent it in the future. but again, we do need to get to the bottom of what actually happened. what is the truth of the matter here. did the administration
of more remains from the speed freak killers and victims. the fbi and bleeding that big an operation that is expected to last days or even weeks. teams have been working for the past two weeks to try to find a bottom of the well. a corrugated pipe has been installed in a 5 ft. diameter well. grizzle using drills to excavate some soil, then other crews will come into it by hand. wesley shermantine and loren herzog were dubbed speed freak killers after their drug fuelled killing rampage at several decades ago. the oakland city >> the oakland city council has approved bringing in a former los angeles and new york city police chief to provide consulting for oakland pd, but today protesters are speaking out. the city council voted 7 to 1 yesterday to bring an end william bratton to help the city straddling the police department. it comes with a to let the the thousand dollar contract for his him and his firm. today processors birds the city council to not grant the additional funds. demonstrators will head to frank about what a lot on at 5:00 this afternoon. for the new mattress models bu
really cut spending is p by doing things like firing people at the fbi. because veteran spending is going to increase automatically. president obama wants to spend more on education. that's tough. so these cuts go into effect, but they might find very quickly that it's very difficult to actually implement them. >> last thing here to you, chris, we're hearing about a couple of senators not going to be -- not going to seek re-election. talking about harkin, saxby chambliss. chambliss cited the gridlock in washington as part of the reason him wanting to step away. get your reaction to both of these men not seeking re-election. and also what are your thoughts on chambliss actually citing what's happening in washington as part of the reason for him wanting to get out of there? >> i think what we're seeing right now is a generational change in washington. chambliss and harkin and guys like that are part of that change. and it's interesting particularly in chambliss's case as you point out he does cite the partisan gridlock. but he's also part of that old republican guard. he's very close friend
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